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La liaison organique-métal, pourquoi, comment ?

Abstract : To protect metallic surfaces against corrosion, to improve lubrication between metallic sheets, to make a metal bio-compatible with the human body for medical devices, to join metallic surfaces,... these are the multiple outlets to which have led for several years now, the research developed in the field of the surface science. The work undertaken to our laboratory of Chemistry on Surfaces and Interfaces are related to these fields. The electro-initiated polymerization of vinylic monomers on metallic electrodes has proven useful as a tool for building functionalized surfaces in which a polymer film is chemically grafted on the metal. Such monomers undergo an electropolymerization reaction at metallic electrode, when submitted to electrolysis in an anhydrous organic medium. The obtained functionalized surfaces act as a “molecular velcro®” multi-uses which serve in various technological applications. More generally, to understand the interfacial mechanisms, it is also to be able to characterize, at the molecular scale, the reactional antagonists. That's why various work coupling devices under ultra-high vacuum, surface analysis and local microscopies was developed or is under development.
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Submitted on : Thursday, January 22, 2004 - 6:28:17 PM
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Julienne Charlier. La liaison organique-métal, pourquoi, comment ?. Matériaux. Université Pierre et Marie Curie - Paris VI, 2003. ⟨tel-00004276⟩



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